Adam Schiff

Democratic Congressman from Burbank, and chair of the House Intelligence Committee

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Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff represents California's 28th District. He serves as the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee and as a member of the  House Select Committee on Benghazi.

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'Voters have spoken. Donald Trump lost.' Rep. Adam Schiff on Republicans’ effort to overturn election

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Rep. Adam Schiff has a bill that would more than double the size of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area and preserve its wildlife habitats.

Congressman Adam Schiff on expanding Santa Monica Mountains and being ‘very close’ to more COVID relief

Rep. Adam Schiff has a bill that would more than double the size of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area and preserve its wildlife habitats.

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Schiff talks about what resources USPS will need to deliver November ballots on time, plus when Congress might extend unemployment benefits, and whether he’ll want Kamala Harris’…

Rep. Adam Schiff on what USPS needs to deliver ballots, when Congress might extend unemployment aid

Schiff talks about what resources USPS will need to deliver November ballots on time, plus when Congress might extend unemployment benefits, and whether he’ll want Kamala Harris’…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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